Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Hidradenitis Suppurativa: My Top Supplement Recommendations

Diet is an essential part of healing hidradenitis suppurativa (HS). In general, you want to avoid inflammatory foods such as grains, cow’s dairy, sugar, and refined vegetable oils.

However, supplements can also be very helpful. In this video, I’m going to talk about my top supplement recommendations for hidradenitis suppurativa.

Enjoy the video!

 

 

 

 

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10 Comments

  • Maria

    Reply Reply April 1, 2019

    Are there any multivitamin that you recommend for someone with
    HS?
    Thank you

    • Dr. Ashley Biscoe

      Reply Reply April 1, 2019

      Hi, Maria!

      We recommend our Strategic Nutrients. It’s very absorbable and uses the active forms of nutrients to ensure effectiveness. Thanks for your question!

  • Lalae

    Reply Reply April 9, 2019

    Do you ever test VEGF in relation to HS? If so, do you tend to see lowered VEGF in HS patients? Would resveratrol lower VEGF even further? Thank you!

    • Dr. Ashley Biscoe

      Reply Reply April 10, 2019

      Hi, Lalae –

      I don’t typically test VEGF in my HS patients because it’s very expensive to order and it doesn’t change my treatment approach. I’m always looking for the underlying reasons why a person is experiencing their health issues. With that being said, we’ve found that many people with HS have a history of toxic mold exposure, and VEGF is also abnormal in people with mold toxicity. So I do order mold (mycotoxin) testing for my HS patients.

  • Lalae

    Reply Reply April 16, 2019

    Very interesting. We did have an issue with mold previously, remediated our home and healed. HS diagnosis was made a couple of years after healing. C4a levels are in a great range now but we’re 11,000+ when we had mold but now VEGF is low again. The low C4a numbers would indicate mold is not a current issue. Would you agree? We followed the shoemaker CIRS protocol.

    • Dr. Ashley Biscoe

      Reply Reply April 18, 2019

      Very interesting, indeed! You are correct that C4a levels will fall into a healthy range when mold toxicity is no longer an issue. I’m glad you were able to get properly treated for mold; sadly, not many people are aware of this issue.

    • Helen

      Reply Reply November 28, 2019

      Thank you so much for this info! Any thoughts on taking astragalus in conjunction w/ resveratrol? Bless you for this! Thank you!

      • Dr. Ashley Biscoe

        Reply Reply December 2, 2019

        Hi, Helen!
        Astragalus can be a great adaptogen for handling stress, but I don’t use it for HS. This is because astragalus has strong immune-stimulating properties and is best used for people who have immune suppression. With HS, many people have immune overstimulation, so astragalus could theoretically increase inflammation.

  • Alicia

    Reply Reply May 17, 2019

    The vitamins that you listed in your video, what is your recommended dosing of each to help with HS?

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